President Trump has “no takers” on his challenge to the liberal media and Democrats to debate the facts of the 2020 presidential election.
After two days, there have been no volunteers by the media or Democrats to discuss and debate Trump’s evidence of election fraud in the 2020 election, leading Trump to issue another statement regarding his challenge to the media.
Trump wrote in a statement on Tuesday, “It’s really interesting, everybody wants me on television, I get the highest ratings by far, they need ratings to survive, and yet I put out a challenge to debate me about the massive election fraud which took place in the 2020 Presidential Election, and there are no takers. ”
While a few media sources provided limited coverage of the 45th president’s debate challenge, most of the media largely ignored his debate proposal. Additionally, no Democrats or media personalities agreed to the challenge. Trump says, “The reason is, they know they can’t win. All I have to do is lay out the facts-they are irrefutable.”
The 45th president is well-known for his intense and lively debates on television during his 2016 and 2020 campaigns. Television ratings skyrocket whenever he is on the news, prompting him to challenge the media and top Democrats to engage in a debate with him over the “massive election fraud” in the 2020 election.
In a statement released on Sunday, Trump said, “If anyone would like a public debate on the facts, not the fiction, please let me know. It will be a ratings bonanza for television.” Despite the potential “ratings bonanza for television,” the media does not appear to be interested in giving the 45th president a chance to present his evidence of election fraud, nor do they appear ready to debate the facts of the election on live television.
Trump responded their silence on the challenge, “I’ve supposedly won all my political debates, but this would be the easiest of them all!” He continued, “Swing state by swing state, they get decimated. This is the Hoax and the Scam and the Crime of the Century.” Trump’s comments follow several recent developments in multiple swing states, which could be significant enough to overturn the results of the election if verified through independent election audits.
Despite the media presenting Trump’s claims regarding the 2020 election as “lies,” Americans have seen evidence that contradicts the media’s own claims. Americans deserve the opportunity to have the facts of the election presented to them. Trump’s debate proposal would be beneficial for Americans, providing a way for voters to see both sides of the issue. The 45th president’s challenge still remains, “If anyone would like a public debate on the facts, not the fiction, please let me know.”